Pineut tapas

Pineut introduces Do It Yourself-tapas spreads

What once started with two girlfriends experimenting a little in the attic has grown into Pineut, the do-it-yourself brand of the Netherlands. They started with dry mixes which only needed some alcohol to get refershing drinks. Nowadays they’re located in Schiemond and produce DIY drinks, soups, breads, liqueur, table water, chocolates, ginger beer and more.

The products are largely made within a sheltered workplace, by people who have poor employment prospects. They transform natural ingredients into delicious mixes, stylishly packaged. All the flavorings are in the right proportion in the package. The customer needs to add gin, olive oil, balsamic vinegar or honey for example. Shake it and wait for a week.

The newest range of Pineut is tapas spreads. They come in four different variants: tomato tapenade, muhammara, vegan cheese and cajun roasted nuts. The tapenade and muhammara are mixes of dried vegetables and herbs. It only needs a little oil and water, and in no time there will be a delicious spread.

Both the vegan cheese and the roasted nuts are mixes with cashew nuts. The vegan cheese is delicious on toast, just like the tapenades. The nuts have to go into the oven before they can be served freshly roasted.

Pineut likes to contribute to a better world. All their products, therefore, have a positive social impact. For example, the dried vegetables in the tapas mixes are saved. The vegetables are rejected for sale in supermarkets, Pineut processes them regardless. The cashews in the vegan cheese and roasted nuts are broken. They come straight from a farmer in Burkina Faso, who receives a fair price for these former unsellable products.

The Tapas mixes are delicious and can perfectly be complemented with other products of Pineut.

 

 

 

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